Roman Reigns WrestleMania 38 injury: Fan footage emerges after Brock Lesnar match

Fan footage has emerged of Roman Reigns carrying an injury after his intense battle with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38 last night.

As Reigns exited the stadium, there seemed to be a problem with his left arm that was causing him noticeable discomfort.

All in all, it was a successful outing for The Big Dog, as he defeated Lesnar in a significant winner takes all WrestleMania main event, but attentions are now turning to whether or not the injury is a serious one.

The battle was gruesome right from the off, Lesnar delivered a number of violent Suplexes to Reigns, who managed to recover well and turn the tide in his favour. Following an onslaught of multiple Spear attacks, Reigns managed to pin Brock to win an epic clash of the titans showdown.

Following his win, it was noticeable that Reigns was struggling to lift the WWE Championship belt, indicating towards a legitimate injury of his left arm.

Fan footage emerged shortly after of Reigns walking down the entrance ramp with his left arm in a rigid stationary position. WWE fans tuned in to social media to make assumptions regarding the injury, many agreeing that he had torn his left bicep.

The video footage was coupled with photos of Reigns’ arm that emerged shortly after, showing major swelling around the area.

The injury wouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who tuned into WrestleMania 38.

After surviving some dirty tricks early on, Brock managed to catch Reigns in a nasty Kimura arm-lock, yanking on his left limb hard in order to enforce a submission. Could this have been the culprit?

Reigns could also be heard telling Paul Heyman “it’s out” after he escaped Lesnar’s submission attempt, possibly signalling towards a dislocation of his shoulder.

Video footage of Roman moving sheepishly after the bout has fans questioning when he will make his return to the ring.

After a blistering performance at WrestleMania 38, it would be reasonable to suggest that The Big Dog is due some time out to rest before he defends his championship belts.

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